Sorry if the title is confusing. Basically I want to ask people "who has done a certain thing for the most number/times" but I don't know to properly construct the sentence.

Please help me.

  • I think it depends on what that "certain thing" is. Commented Sep 27, 2018 at 8:37
  • What's wrong with "who has done it the most times"?
    – bof
    Commented Sep 27, 2018 at 10:04

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Numbers can be great, large or high. So, speaking of numbers, you can use 'greatest' as the superlative form:

Who has done it (that thing or trick) the greatest number of times?

If you mean a physical handmade thing (like a piece of jewelry):

Who has made/produced the greatest number of copies of that thing?

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